Another hide out for the afternoon…
A lovely one.
Le Lapin Cafe
After reading the post blogged by BroughtUp2Share, I knew it, I must come here and I couldn’t wait for any longer. Grabbed my coffee-kaki and we headed over one Sunday. As I was told that the place will be crowded during weekends’ tea time and may take up to hour for your orders to be served, hence I made my way there at lunch time.
Totally a hidden gem, as there isn’t any sign board plastered in front of the shop/ building but only a little rabbit made out of recycle magazines on the window, if you could notice it.
Le Lapin, pronounced as “Lu Lapan”. This café is run by a lovely lady, Eliza. She is the one managing the café at the moment, from cooking to baking, from brewing the coffee to serving homemade-s to the customers. The café is pretty cosy, decorated with the theme rabbits everywhere. I love the huge black and white rabbit motive hand-painted by the art and craft team behind. The rabbit looks lovely and mystery at the same time. This café serves breakfast set from 8am to 11am and their set includes a cup of coffee or tea while lunch sets are available from 12pm to 3pm; the set includes a meal, a drink and a cupcake.
Arabica Heart-Shaped Ice Cubes with Cold Milk and Syrup (Rm 12)
Pour the cold milk over the 100% Arabica ice cubes or dunk the ice cubes into the cold milk, which ever ways you love. I prefer the later one.
Iced Café Au Lait (Rm 10)
Scone (Rm 7)
Buttery and crumbly; served with cream and strawberry jam
Croissant (Rm 6)
Buttery and fluffy croissant was lovely too; it was so crispy after reheating.
Chicken Pie (Rm 14.90)
The best pie I have ever tried! The pastry layer was fragrant and buttery; the fillings were creamy rich and there were ingredients hidden in it.
Le Lapin Cafe
31-1, Plaza Danau 2,
Jalan 109F, Taman Danau Desa
58100 Kuala Lumpur.
Mon: 8am to 5pm
Wed – Fri: 8am to 5pm
Sat – Sun: 9am to 5pm
Tel: +603 7497 0407